Pssst, starting tomorrow when you get to your desk with your first cup of coffee, you’ll be looking at a new version of Baristanet. It will have a lot more […]
Montclair Councilor Cary Africk picks up trash in his spare time. He hopes you will too.
News flash from Travel + Leisure Magazine: Montclair is one of the coolest suburbs in America.
Registration for fall classes at the Montclair Little Y began on Monday. Meanwhile, the brochures for everything from tennis lessons to dancing school are piling up in my mailbox. Every […]
Get ready. DeCamp drivers are set to go on strike on Thursday, and NJT is not honoring bus tix.
Are South Orange and Maplewood so enlightened that race doesn’t matter anymore?
Everyone will tell you to prepare for the Terrible Twos, but I’m here to tell you that 3-year-olds are so much worse. At least in the Gilmore house. With both […]
On sale on Craigslist: the plush red chairs from the defunct Table 8.
The long, lazy, relaxing days of summer are rapidly winding down. Before you know it, school will be back in session. To keep some of that calm, relaxing carryover from […]
Montclair State University’s on-campus sewer improvement work will begin today, on the north side of Normal Avenue, from Carlisle Road to College Avenue. Construction in this area is expected to […]
The award-winning Columbia High School Marching Band invited parents, district staff and friends to its preview performance at Ritzer Field last week. Under the direction of CHS Director of Bands […]
A man recently found a women’s bracelet in a local park. If you think this may be your bracelet, please send a detailed description to firstname.lastname@example.org. A money clip was […]
Is this your cat? A reader from Montclair writes:
SOPAC’s Midtown Direct Rep raised the roof with their first production. Broadway stars and South Orange/Maplewood locals Charlie Pollock (9 to5) and Christiane Noll (Ragtime, Tony nominee) speak to Baristanet […]